Monica Perez Wonus, CCIM, is a recognized Industrial Real Estate Power Broker with over 14 years of finance and brokerage experience in Central Florida. As a partner to David Murphy, (“OBJ Dealmaker of the Year 2017”) Monica’s focus is on Landlord and Tenant Representation. Over the past 36 months, Monica has completed 140 tenant representation transactions totaling 9,700,000 square feet of space, enough to fill 168 football fields!
Since joining CBRE in 2013, Monica has been a tremendous asset to the Industrial Specialty Group, primarily due to her background in financing commercial property nationwide. Having worked for institutions such as GE Capital & Wells Fargo, her knowledge of a company’s overall cash-flow cycle is top-of-mind when identifying all critical components to selecting the “best” industrial property and disposition strategy. Prior to joining CBRE, Monica served as a Vice President/ Relationship Manager within the Corporate & Institutional Group at PNC Bank. While at PNC, Monica was charged with developing and managing key commercial banking relationships in the Central Florida area with annual revenues of $10 to $50 Million. In this role, Monica had the opportunity to work on several “sexy” transactions, such as financing G-5 Jets for clients.
- 2014 CBRE Most Promising Professional of the Year
- 2015 NAIOP Rookie of the Year
- 2016, 2017, 2018 CoStar Power Broker of the Year
- 2017 Structure Award for the Largest Landlord Representation Transaction
Professional Affiliations / Accreditations
- Licensed Florida Real Estate Sales Associate
- Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM), 2010
- Bachelor of Arts/Legal Studies, University of Central Florida
Recognized as a Top Hispanic Professional in the 2013 “El Sentinel” publication, Monica is a proud, first-generation Cuban American and is “Living the American Dream” one real estate transaction at a time!
Monica and her husband, Adam, a real estate developer in the community, have two little boys whom they are passionate in exposing early to real estate and keep them interested in their growing real estate portfolio.
Monica was introduced to the mentorship of young adults and children 15 years ago through the Junior League of Orlando. It was spending time at the Juvenile Detention Center and Women’s shelters where Monica saw the need for kids to have good role models. To this day, young adult mentorship is a passion that Monica and her husband continue to support each year.
- Eastman Kodak
- Frito Lay
- Lockheed Martin
- Universal Studios
- RR Donnelley
- First Industrial
- Progress Energy
- CBRE Investors
- Northwestern Mutual
- Gannet Publishing
- American General
- Consolidated Tomoka
- Clarion Partners
- Duke Realty